Careers

We are delighted that you are interested in working for Tourism NI

Tourism is an industry that makes a real difference to the economy and accounts for one in 12 jobs in Northern Ireland. Our role is to support the development and promotion of the thriving tourism ecosystem that enriches Northern Ireland, its people and its guests.

Tourism NI has business units specialising in many areas including marketing, industry development, product and experience development, finance, information technology, press and PR, digital communications, quality standards and human resources.

We are committed to accelerating growth in Tourism and our people are talented and enthusiastic extra milers.

Current Vacancies

10 24 People & OD Admin Officer (HR Generalist).

Closing date for applications is Friday 31st May 2024 at 12pm.

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09 24 Accommodation Certification Manager - Part-time.

Closing date for applications is Monday 10th June 2024 at 12pm.

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If you share our values to act with Integrity, Passion and Excellence and deliver through Leadership, Innovation and Collaboration, click below to be directed to our current vacancies.

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Tourism NI is a We invest in people, Gold accredited organisation, and we offer a range of benefits for our employees including Northern Ireland Civil Service payscales, flexible working and generous pension provisions.

Tourism NI Recruitment and Staff Handbook

The NICS Handbook sets out the terms and conditions of service of all staff in Tourism NI. It is supported by a range of policies and guidelines which are available from the People and Organisational Development department by contacting recruitment@tourismni.com or by calling (028) 9023 1221.

Our Recruitment and Selection policy outlines the key principles and stages in the process and provides information for prospective candidates on what they can expect when they apply for a post in Tourism NI.